by Herve Tullet

-Une collection de livres cartonnés attrayants à utiliser comme des jeux par Hervé Tullet, le « prince des maternelles », dont trois titres inédits, Jeu les yeux fermés, Jeu de reconnaissance et Jeu des différences -« À toi de jouer ! » est une collection sans équivalent de livres ludiques qui nourrissent l'imagination et suscitent la créativité -Accompagnées de diverses découpes, les illustrations inventives de Tullet ouvrent aux tout-petits les portes de toute une variété d'univers interactifs et amusants -Des albums captivants qui stimulent l'agilité des jeunes esprits jusqu'au bout des doigts !

Jeu de lumière
Publisher
PHAIDON JEUNESSE
Type
book
Language
English
ISBN-13
9780714861982
ISBN-10
0714861987
Number of Pages
12
Height
11 mm
Widht
150 mm
Lenght
210 mm
Weight
183 g
Format
Book
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